GREENVILLE, S.C. – Drivers should expect two detours tonight as part of construction along the 85-385 Gateway Project.
The first detour affects traffic on I-385 southbound wanting to go to I-85 North. Drivers will need to take to take I-85 South towards Atlanta. From there, they will follow the detour signage to Woodruff Road, turn left and then take an immediate right to take the exit back to I-85 northbound toward Spartanburg.
The second detour affects drivers on I-385 North trying to get to I-85 North. Traffic will be forced to stay on I-385 to the Roper Mountain Road exit, where drivers will take a left at the top of the off-ramp, then take the on-ramp to I-385 South. From there, traffic will be directed to take the Woodruff Road exit, make a left, then take the immediate right to get back on 85 northbound towards Spartanburg.
Normal traffic patterns are scheduled to return Tuesday morning.
About the 85-385 Gateway Project:
The 85-385 Gateway Interchange Improvement Project will provide an economic boost to the Upstate, improve safety for the traveling public, and increase the capacity of this Interchange to function more efficiently for many years to come. At $231 million, it is the second largest transportation project in South Carolina History. Learn more at www.85385gateway.com.